We then had a request from a Less Active member that he needed the presence of all 4 missionaries at his apartment this week. Elder Chapple brought a sword, so that always makes things fun. This less active member is the go to man when you want a fun experience. He went on to tell us "3 people can keep a secret if 2 of them are dead" and then proceeded to tell us a secret. Later in the evening we had dinner with Sheila and then drove way out to Danville which is a small town in our Zone and I gave a baptismal interview to a lady that the Avon 1 Elders are teaching. The best part of the week was going to play some "beat to teach" basketball at this apartment complex with about 30 people. I'm going to copy and paste the way my companion Elder Abhau described it, so here it is
.since it was a really nice day, we decided to go to the park and try some beat-to-teach basketball. Unfortunately, the wind was blowing pretty strong (I know, excuses), so we had some trouble knocking in our 3-pointers. We didn't beat anybody, so we didn't teach anybody. We did, however get enough second-hand pakalolo (Hawaiian for a well-known (and, around here, popular) illicit substance) fumes to bring me to the point of nausea. And so we decided that that was enough basketball. They also thought we were Jehovah Witness and said the reason we were beating them was because we had God, I assured them that we are not Jehovah Witnesses haha.
We then headed to the other Eagle Creek Elders apartment and picked up dinner from a member and went back to our apartment so Elder Abhau could start packing! While he packed I worked out and ran sprints outside (We opened up the windows so he could see me) so we were still following all the rules! Saturday morning, us and some of the Elders Quorum helped our investigator Sheila move boxes from her storage unit to her house, which went well, but then after that we went to go help another member move and it turned out me and Elder Abhau were the only ones to show up, he did not have a truck and nothing was in boxes so we helped him for about 4 hours getting the necessities to his new place but then had to get going for our dinner appointment! Sunday we had a really good day at church, and Elder Abhau said his goodbyes! That's the week! I'm very excited for it to start getting warmer, everyone will start coming outside and we'll be able to play basketball with them! I love you guys and miss you very much!
|Aloha time for Brother Enos, he's going back to Hawaii!|
|Yesterday with the Pusters!|